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Школьный этап 2022 по английскому языку задания и ответы 5-11 класс всероссийской олимпиады


Задания и ответы для школьного этапа 2022 по английскому языку всероссийской олимпиады школьников ВСОШ для 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 класса 2022-2023 учебного года. Официальная дата проведения олимпиады в Москве: 10 октября — 12 октября.

Задания для 5-6 классаОтветы для 5-6 класса

Задания для 7-8 класса Ответы для 7-8 класса

Задания для 9-11 классаОтветы для 9-11 класса

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Опубликованы результаты школьного этапа 2022 всероссийской олимпиады по английскому языку. По своему индивидуальному коду участник может посмотреть на сайте online.olimpiada.ru, сколько баллов он набрал, правильные ответы и те, что он дал. Доступны задания, ответы и видеоразборы.

Вопросы от участников (например: о незасчитанном ответе, совпадающем с верным) принимаются до 23:00 19 октября 2022 года. Обращение можно подать по индивидуальному коду на специальной странице.

Напоминаем, что вопросы по содержанию и структуре заданий, критериев и методики оценивания не принимаются и не рассматриваются. Ответы на обращения участников будут даваться в течение 7 дней после публикации результатов. Посмотреть ответ можно будет по индивидуальному коду на той же странице, где задавался вопрос.

Задания для 5-6 класса английский язык школьный этап 2022


Задания для 7-8 класса английский язык школьный этап 2022


Задания для 9-11 класса английский язык школьный этап 2022


Видео разбор заданий 5-6 класса

Видео разбор заданий 7-8 класса

Текст для аудирования 5-6 класс

Listen to the dialogue between Wendy and Robert. Then, do the tasks. You will hear the dialogue three times. Now you have 2 minutes to read the tasks. (Pause 2 minutes) Now we are ready to start.

Robert: Hi Wendy! I’m home!
Wendy: Hi Robert!
Robert: Hey, do you want to come help me do my homework?
Wendy: Why?
Robert: Because it’s fun?
Wendy: Since when is it fun to help your elder brother do his homework, Robert?
Robert: Since I started learning Russian at school?
Wendy: Oh! Did you have your first lesson today?
Robert: I sure did!
Wendy: What have you learnt?
Robert: Not much yet, but the teacher told us to make a presentation about some
place in Moscow!
Wendy: In Russian?
Robert: No! In English, of course! Do you want to help me choose the place on
Google Earth?
Wendy: Sure! I can tell you right away! Make it about Red Square or the Kremlin.
Robert: No. I want something that isn’t the best-known place. Something cool but
not very well-known.
Wendy: OK. Let’s look at the map then. Show us the street view! What is this? It
looks like a huge church with a huge steeple on a big hill!
Robert: Ummm. I don’t think it’s a church. Russian churches don’t look like this.
Let’s see. Wow! It’s Moscow State University. It does look a little like a gigantic
version of our church, though, doesn’t it? It says here, there are 6 more buildings in
Moscow that look like that!
Wendy: Interesting… What do Russian churches look like then?
Robert: Oh, I’ll show you. They all have onion-domes. Here’s the most famous one,
which is actually right on Red Square. It’s called St. Basil’s Cathedral.
Wendy: This is a church?
Robert: Yes!
Wendy: It looks like a gingerbread house! Or a building from a fairy tale! Or a
fantasy book! It’s very pretty!
Robert: I know! I wonder what it’s like inside!

Wendy: Can you make a presentation about this church?
Robert: I don’t know… It’s too well-known…
Wendy: How about you find out what it’s like inside and make a presentation about
Robert: Yes, that might be interesting, actually. Good idea, Wendy! Thank you.
Wendy: You are welcome.
Robert: See how helping your elder brother with his homework can be fun?
Wendy: I guess I do!
Now you have 1 minute to fulfil the task.
(Pause 1 minute)
Now listen again.
(The recording is repeated)
Now you have 1 minute to fulfil the task.
(Pause 1 minute)
Now listen again.
(The recording is repeated)
Now you have 2 minutes to check your answers.
(Pause 2 minutes)
This is the end of the Listening part.

Текст для аудирования 7-8 класс

Listen to part of a city tour around Moscow and decide whether the statements (1– 5) are TRUE, FALSE or this information is not provided in the text – NOT STATED – according to the text you hear. You will hear the text twice. Now you have 15 seconds to read the sentences. (Pause 15 seconds) Now we are ready to start.

Tour Guide: We are now standing at the end of one of the oldest streets in Moscow
– Ostozhenka street. Unfortunately, there are not very many old buildings here today,
but those that have survived all these centuries are very beautiful. Right in front of us
you can see one of the old wooden houses.
Tourist 1: Excuse me, I have a question.
Tour Guide: Yes?
Tourist 1: How did it happen that this house wasn’t burnt in the great fire of Moscow
in 1812 if it is made of wood?
Tour Guide: This is a very good question! You are right, in 1812 during the fire,
most of the wooden houses in Moscow were burnt. Very few wooden houses were
lucky enough to survive that fire. However, this house was built after the war with
Napoleon, after that fire.
Tourist 1: Ahh, I see! Thank you!
Tour Guide: You are welcome. But this is not the only fact that is interesting about
this house. This is where the mother of one of the most famous Russian writers lived.
And it is in this house that one of his stories takes place. It is a very sad story about a
very little dog. Can anyone guess the name of the writer?
Tourist 2: Is it Ivan Turgenev?
Tour Guide: Yes, it is! Well done! And the story is called “Mumu”. All Russian
children read this story at school but not very many of them know that you can come
and look at this house and even come inside – it is a museum now. Ivan Turgenev’s
sister said that the story was based on real facts. And you can actually guess where
Mumu died. The Moskva River is very close here. And Turgenev describes in great
detail where Gerasim, the owner of the dog, went to drown her.
Tourist 1: Drown her? That sounds horrible! Why did he do it?
Tour Guide: And for that you will have to read Ivan Turgenev’s short story! It is
well worth reading!
Now you have 20 seconds to fulfil the task.

(Pause 20 seconds)
Now listen again.
(The recording is repeated)
Now you have 20 seconds to check your answers.
(Pause 20 seconds)
This is the end of the Listening part.

Текст для аудирования 9-11 класс

You’ll hear a young man called Simon talking about the ‘gap year’ he took after finishing secondary school. For questions 1-10, choose the best answer. You will hear the text twice. You have 20 seconds to look through the questions. PAUSE 20 SECONDS Now we begin.

I decided I would take a gap year when I was in my last year of secondary school. My parents wanted me to go straight to university — they were keen for me to get qualified and start on a career. But I didn’t want that. I was only eighteen and I knew that once I started my profession, I’d be stuck there until I retired, when I’m 65 or even 70 — who knows what the law will be by then? I also felt I should get some experience of life, away from everything I’d ever known, you know, school and family. I thought that if I learnt to stand on my own two feet, I’d be able to cope with university better and get more out of my time there. I’ve heard that some students are so shocked by the changes in their lifestyle when they leave home that they give up university after only a month or two. I didn’t want to risk that happening to me.

So, I borrowed lots of travel books from the library and started to plan my special year. Whenever I got stressed with my school work I would look at the programme I’d made and dream of all the countries I was going to see. It kept me going and really encouraged me to work hard — it’s good to have goals and aims in life, I think it gives you a purpose. Of course all this would cost me money, even if I stayed in the most basic of hotels and travelled by bus or train, not by plane, so I started to look for jobs I could do on my way round the world, and that’s how I finalised my tour — by going to the countries where I could get employment. I started off in September, after I’d got my exam results, and I went to pick fruit in France. Not very far and not very unusual, you may think, but I had a fabulous time.

I met loads of other gap year students and in just a month I brushed up my French, which proved to be useful when I got to Vietnam later in the year. Then I moved on to Greece, where I worked in a bar on an island, and then on to South Africa, where I got a job on a farm. That was amazing — I learnt so much about working the land. And the animals I saw — ones I’d only ever seen in a zoo before. After that I travelled in the Far East as a tourist, so by the time I reached Australia I was broke. As the language was no problem I easily found two jobs, working as a waiter at night and dog-walking by day. When I left there I missed my four- legged friends. I spent the next three months in the United States and Brazil before coming home.

My friends were amazed at how I’d changed — I’d become more confident and I’d changed physically, much thinner. That was because of all the hard work I’d done, and sometimes I had been too poor to buy much food! But it had been the most amazing year of my life — and life-changing. During the year I’d grown to love animals so much I decided to give up my plan to go to university and become a farmer. My parents were so upset at first, but now they can see I’m happier than I’ve ever been. I’d recommend a gap year to anyone — you Just never know how it’ll turn out!

You have 20 seconds to check your answers. PAUSE 20 SECONDS Now listen to the text again. TEXT REPEATED Now you have 20 seconds to complete the task and transfer your answers into the answer sheet. PAUSE 20 SECONDS This is the end of the listening comprehension task.

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